Southampton are due to play against Liverpool in a Premier League match against Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday.
The Saints will head into the game as the firm underdogs but can aim to play some attractive football whilst trying to to upset the Premier League leaders.
Southampton can take some confidence from their recent good form away from home as they have won their last four games on the road.
Kyle Walker-Peters, who recently joined the Saints on loan from Tottenham, will not make his debut against the Reds, according to BBC Sport.
Stuart Armstrong is sidelined due to a hip injury which he suffered during his side’s FA Cup game against Tottenham, added the report. Jannik Vestergaard is fit again after having suffered a concussion
Even though Southampton have been excellent in terms of their form lately, it is hard to see them winning or even drawing against Liverpool, who are arguably one of the most talented sides of the modern generation.
Whether Southampton get something from the game could depend on whether star striker Danny Ings is able to have a good game.
The Englishman has been in top form this season and scored 14 league goals, which have prompted calls for him to be recalled to the England national team.
Unless something drastic happens, Liverpool should be able to achieve their sixth consecutive league win against Southampton.
The Saints have not managed to score a goal during their last three Premier League games at Anfield and this is something which they must aim to change.
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